Books by Paul F. Eno

Books by Paul & Ben Eno 

Behind the Paranormal: Everything You Know is Wrong

JUST RELEASED IN NOVEMBER 2016! Available at your favorite bookstore, on Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble. OR GET YOUR AUTOGRAPHED COPY IN OUR ONLINE BOOKSTORE. Journey through the paranormal from prehistory to the planets and our future, with over 50 bizarre cases of ghosts, poltergeists, demons, cryptids, UFOs, and other out-of-the-ordinary phenomena. Based on CBS and WOON 1240 radio scripts broadcast by a world-famous father-and-son team of paranormal investigators, their research has revealed bizarre connections not only between seemingly unrelated occurrences but also between the paranormal and our everyday lives, the history of our species, and our possible future as a race. Meet inter-world parasites that might be farming your family or community, encounter disappearing buildings, and ghosts of people who aren't dead. Push the boundaries as you find out what the Bible and other ancient documents might really mean, and what UFOs, invisible friends, and those footsteps in the attic could really be. Explaining the paranormal is not the problem. It's handling the explanations. Everything you know is wrong..  

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, 2016

ISBN: 978-0764352-22-5

Paperback: 2176 Pages

Suggested Retail Price: ($16.99 US)


Books by Paul Eno

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Turning Home: God, Ghosts and Human Destiny

Twice an Amazon.com bestseller. Take a journey through the paranormal history of the human race, with its ultimate questions and ultimate answers. In his latest contribution to classic paranormal literature, 42-year investigator and award-winning journalist Paul F. Eno, PhB, takes us deeper than ever into the multiverse: its influence on human history, belief systems, self-understanding and destiny, right down to its influence in our daily lives and interactions. Eno also gets into meditation and other forms of multiversal communication, citing some cases, such as "The Children Under the Staircase" he had not previously written about.  

Imprint: New River Press, 2006

ISBN: 978-1891724-06-0

Paperback: 232 Pages

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Footsteps in the Attic

More First-Hand  Accounts of the Paranormal in New England

 

In this classic sequel  to FACES AT THE WINDOW, paranormal legend Paul F. Eno takes us through some of the most stunning cases of his more recent career -- from the 1980s through 2000. Included are the chilling "Haunter" case of Maine, "Face to Face with a Druid" in England, "The Frustrated Teacher" from Massachusetts, and the long-running "Drawn by Murder" case from Rhode Island. Eno also takes us deeper than ever into the "multiverse" interpretation of paranormal phenomena, which sweeps away classic interpretations and revolutionizes our understanding of ghosts, UFOs, psychic powers, and even cryptozoology.

 

Imprint: New RIver Press, 2002

ISBN: 978-1891724-02-9

Paperback: 168 Pages

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Faces at the Window

First-Hand  Accounts of the Paranormal in Southern New England

 

In this classic of paranormal literature, legendary, seminary-trained researcher Paul F. Eno, one of the first paranormal field researchers of the early 1970s, takes us through his most famous early cases, including the shocking "Village of Voices" case of 1970-1972 and the terrifying "Bridgeport Poltergeist Outbreak" of 1974, witnessed by police and reporters. Eno, an award-winning New England newspaper journalist and broadcaster, not only relates his eyewitness experiences in a breezy, intelligent style, but introduces us to his stunning "multiverse" theories and methods, which have shaken modern paranormal research and all its classic assumptions.
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Imprint: New RIver Press, 1998

ISBN: 978-1891724-01-0

Paperback: 100 Pages

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Rhode Island: A Genial History

 

Co-authored with Glenn Laxton.

Rhode Island, America's tiniest state, is a place with more characters than a Charles Dickens novel, a state with more heroes and villains than a TV cop show and, when it comes to politics, a state with more special effects than a Spielberg film. And who better to tell the story in their own breezy way than two longtime Rhode Island journalists, award-winning newspaperman Paul F. Eno and Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Glenn Laxton. So whether you’re a native or a newcomer, read, learn and enjoy.... You’ll be surprised, enlightened and entertained! This book is used in several Rhode Island school districts.

 

Imprint: New RIver Press, 2005

ISBN: 978-1891724-03-7

Paperback: 304 Pages

Suggested Retail Price: ($18.95 US)


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